From Our Member Organizations

From 2014:

Forum of Executive Women in Philadelphia Releases Annual Census for Region’s Top 100 Companies (10/2014)
Women’s Economic Development Council Releases 2014 Census Report (11/2014)
WELD Releases 2015 Women You Should Know Calendar to Highlight Professional Accomplishments of Women in Central Ohio
Wisconsin Board Diversity Improving, But More Work to Be Done, Says Milwaukee Women Inc. in Partnership with the Greater Milwaukee Committee  (10/2014)
Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Recognizes Companies Leading the Way With Women on Their Boards (09/2014)

News Archives

General Motors Names Mary Barra as CEO (Wall Street Journal, December 10, 2013)

Are Women the ‘Better Half’ or the Have-Nots? (New Orleans Magazine, November 28, 2013)

A Striking Absence of Women  (The New York Times, October 12, 2013)

Women’s Leadership Roles Still Lacking (Crain’s Detroit Business, September 26, 2013)

Women in the Boardroom: Focus on Solutions (The Glass Hammer, January 24, 2013)

Women Directors Help Companies Gain Competitive Edge

South Florida to promote female representation in the corporate world

12/12/12 Launches a Grassroots Campaign for Boardroom Diversity

Cowboys vs. Conveners: Catalyzing Gender Equality

Locals Among Candidates Looking to Help “Move the Needle”

ION Opens National Headquarters in Nashville

Is Massachusetts Leading the Country in Corporate Diversity?

This Week in the Boardroom: Building an Effective Board

Power 50: Most Influential Bostonians

Women in Top Jobs Still Scarce: Inforum Sees Progress Behind the Numbers

Move up the Corporate Ladder Stalls for Women

ION Issues Board Diversity Policy Urging U.S. Public Companies to Take Action

The Terrible Truth About Women on Boards

Movers and Shakers: Charlotte Laurent-Ottomane, President, ION

Women’s Presence Still Lacking on Boards

‘Win/Win’ Campaign Calls for More Women in Top Corporate Posts

Gender Equality as an Investment Concept

  • Pax World President/CEO and ION Advisory Council Member Joe Keefe published a white paper to argue that investors can promote gender equality and women’s empowerment while potentially reaping financial returns. Keefe cites evidence which supports the idea the businesses embracing gender diversity may be better positioned for long-term financial success.
    Pax World, March 22, 2011

ION Report Makes Case for Gender Diversity on Corporate Boards

  • The report highlights institutional investors supporting gender diversity at the top, including Calvert Investments, Pax World Management, Walden Asset Management, Trillium Asset Management, Connecticut State Treasurer Denise Nappier, CalPERS and CalSTRS, and provides an action plan for investors who wish to benefit from improved governance.
    , March 7, 2011

Gender Gap Remains on Alabama State Public Company Boards

Gender Diversity on U.S. Boards Coming Anytime Soon?


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